Port numbers for BlackBerry MVS components

The port numbers in the diagrams are the default port numbers. Your organization can use different port numbers for some of the ports.

The BlackBerry Mobile Voice System has specific requirements for port numbers of the gateway. Before you install the BlackBerry MVS, you should verify that the appropriate port numbers are open and available through the firewall of the local server or the firewall of the network infrastructure. If the BlackBerry MVS software is installed on the computer that hosts the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, you should consider configuring your organization's firewall to block outside access to any listening port number that does not require outside access.

Component

Default port number

Description

BlackBerry Configuration Database

1433

The BlackBerry MVS uses this port number to access the BlackBerry Configuration Database. You can configure this port number when you install the BlackBerry MVS software.

This port number uses a TCP port.

BlackBerry Enterprise Server

3101

The BlackBerry Enterprise Server uses this port number to connect with BlackBerry devices.

This port number uses a TCP port.

3200

The BlackBerry Enterprise Server uses this port number to communicate with the MVS Session Manager.

This port number uses a TCP port.

4101

The BlackBerry Enterprise Server uses this port number to connect with Wi-Fi enabled BlackBerry devices.

This port number uses a TCP port.

Wi-Fi enabled BlackBerry device with the BlackBerry MVS Client

51100 to 51140

A BlackBerry device uses these port numbers for RTP voice communication with the SIP Gateway when it makes Voice over Wi-Fi calls.

This port number uses a UDP port.

MVS Console

8445

The MVS Console uses this port number to accept incoming web-based connections for administration.

This port number uses a TCP port.

MVS Session Managerr

6060

The MVS Session Manager uses a SIP trunk to communicate with each gateway in your organization's phone system.

You configure this port number in the Trunk Port field on the Add MVS Server page of the MVS Console. This port number communicates with the trunk port number that is specified on the Telephony Connector page.

Each additional gateway that you configure to communicate with the MVS Session Manager must use a different line port number.

This port number uses a UDP port.

telephony connector

6060

The gateway uses a SIP trunk to communicate with the MVS Session Manager.

You configure the trunk port number that the PBX uses in the Trunk Port field on the Telephony Connector page of the MVS Console. This port number communicates with the trunk port number that is specified on the Add MVS Server page.

This port number uses a UDP port.

voice mail connector

5060

The voice mail connector uses a SIP line to communicate with the MVS Session Manager.

You configure the destination port number of the SIP line that the voice mail connector uses in the Port field on the Voice Mail Connector page of the MVS Console.

This port number uses a UDP port.

MVS Session Manager

17601

The MVS Session Manager uses this port for internal communication.

17602

The MVS Session Manager uses this port for internal communication.

MVS Data Manager

17631

The MVS Data Manager listens on this port number for requests to retrieve information from the BlackBerry Configuration Database.

This port number uses a TCP port.

MVS BlackBerry Enterprise Server Connector

17633

The MVS BlackBerry Enterprise Server Connector listens on this port number for requests to send and receive messages to and from BlackBerry MVS users.

This port number uses a TCP port.

MVS Witness Server

17634

The MVS Witness Server listens on this port number for health reports from BlackBerry MVS components.

This port number uses a TCP port.

MVS Event Manager

17635

The MVS Event Manager listens on this port number for requests for information from the MVS Console.

This port number uses a TCP port.


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